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Phoenix City Council approves plans for data center campus

A 2 million-square-foot, $1 billion data center campus could rise on a 98-acre Phoenix land parcel, the bulk of which is owned by a QTS Realty Trust Inc. unit, the Phoenix Business Journal reported.

According to the report, the Phoenix City Council recently gave the go-ahead to the plans for a data center campus at 40th St. and McDowell Rd., where QTS Data Centers acquired 84 acres at Arizona State Land Auction in July, outbidding an entity established by Phoenix Suns Managing Partner Robert Sarver.

The land, which has been vacant for years, was previously being considered for a site for stadiums and arenas.